It might need some updating, but this 1970s architect-designed five-bedroom property in Little Kingshill, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire has an originality we really love.
The house was originally built in the early 1970s, one of three similar properties on a private road. We strongly suspect this has been in the same hands since day one, as very little looks to have changed over 40 years, clutter aside. But if you see past that, you’ll find a spacious ’70s house complete with a rather eye-catching period kitchen. What’s not to like?
Talking of space, enter the front door and you’ll find an entrance hall with split staircase, with the hall leading to a large double aspect sitting room with picture windows overlooking the garden, a formal dining room, a third reception and a kitchen/breakfast room with large separate utility room.
Head up the staircase and you’ll be greeted by a large master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom, four further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedrooms two and three also have a box bay window over the garden.
Go outside and there’s a wide driveway, a double garage with light and power and the gardens, a mix of lawn, plants and paved area. There’s even a gardener’s wc if you happen to have a gardener employed.
Fancy it? The price is £749,995.